Former South African president Jacob Zuma uses taxpayer money to record 'struggle songs' album
Thursday, 3 January 2019 () Jacob Zuma is well-known in South Africa for his baritone singing voice and often sung and danced with supporters at his political rallies, and is now set to record and album using taxpayer cash.
According to CNN, South Africa's ex-President, Jacob Zuma, has inked a recording deal, adding another venture to his controversial political career. Zuma, 76, will not earn a fee for recording his favorite struggle songs as part of a push to preserve the nation's heritage, said Thembinkosi Ngcobo,...
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Jacob Zuma was in disgrace last year, a South African president forced from office by scandal and then in court on corruption charges. He... New Zealand Herald - WorldAlso reported by •Seattle Times
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